Exfoliating Acne Prone Skin

When you exfoliate your skin you just speed up the natural process of shedding the outer layer of dead skin cells. This process unblocks pores, making the skin clear and helps in reducing acne. In normal skin, the skin naturally sheds dead skin cells without the help of exfoliation. 

Acne skin does not shed the dead skin cells, as well as normal skin does. It also produces dead skin cells than normal skin. They are the cause of clogged pores that can cause blackheads or acne. That is why exfoliation is more important for acne and oily skin. 

Using a scrub can keep the follicles free from obstruction and reduce the formation of stains. Physical scrubs are the most common scrub composed of synthetic beads that physically lift the dry and the skin cells damaged from your skin. You can buy the superior quality exfoliator for sensitive skin online via https://www.bangnbody.com/products/smooth-skin-scrub.

Bangn Body Founder Priscilla Hajiantoni on Creating the Brand's Iconic  Firming Lotion — The Latch

There is a natural exfoliating scrub used in products such as apricot seeds or almonds instead of synthetic beads but in this case, synthetic is a better choice. This is because natural products have sharp edges and can irritate the skin. 

If you have inflamed acne, you should be careful with any type of physical exfoliating scrub. They cause friction which can irritate the skin. You might be better off using a chemical exfoliating if you have inflamed pimples.

A chemical peel consists of a mild acid that is used to dissolve skin cells that are damaged or dry. It can be found in many products including masks, night creams, and gels. There is a big difference in the strength of chemical peels so you must ensure that you do not use strong products too often. All chemical peels drying skin so it is necessary to use a moisturizer after exfoliation.